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hone

(hōn)
1. A sharpening stone.
2. To sharpen the edge of a cutting device.

hone,

v to sharpen.
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If during post-processing or inspection any damage occurs to the bore finish, Wolfram is able to go back in with the hone and clean it up.
Now, I hope to raise the profile of asset-based lending (ABL) across its current client base and also attract new customers, said Hone, ABL is growing increasingly popular among companies that recognise it is a cost-effective means of releasing cash from balance sheets and managing fluctuating business needs.
Like other staff, Dennis Hone received performance-related pay, but this was far from guaranteed and was measured against tough performance criteria, evaluated personally and in relation to the organisation he successfully led in the critical 18 months up to the Games, during London 2012 and immediately after.
The Stations are the only ones done by Evie Hone and are priceless FR MARTIN MCNAMARA Hone
Von Hone said the group will keep its website active, mostly to redirect Web visitors to the various artists' home pages.
Mr Hone was involved with motor racing as early as 1961 and first had the idea of a street race in Birmingham in 1966.
The honing gear is mounted on a floating stock to ensure dual flank contact of hone and gear.
Tonga-tapu is considered the first country in the world to greet the sun and so is regarded as the birthplace of all mankind," said Hone.
Precision ID grinding machines are several times more expensive than an equally capable hone.
Another type of hone can get hung in the port area and break off honing material, causing havoc when the engine is operated.
Mr Hone, who is now living with his parents in Dinas Powys, said: "I am glad she admitted she was disgusted with what she has done.
Certainly, the sequence, construction, and timing of the exercises help to access and hone skills.